Got tweens or teens at home just bursting to learn something new and exciting? Then this awesome new digital program from Roundabout Circus most definitely fits the bill!
Circus at Home is a uniquely designed online package suited to kids aged 10 – 17 (although its content is suitable for anyone who’s keen to learn). Throughout the program, young performers will get to learn eight circus disciplines, including juggling, hula hoop, poi, staff, flowersticks, diabolo, magic, and handstands – all from the comfort of their own homes.
Students will also get to:
+ Learn new circus skills that encourage creative self-expression.
+ Develop perseverance and resilience through self-directed learning.
+ Access ongoing support through email follow-up and a private Facebook group.
+ Connect with fellow Circus at Home students through the dedicated social media group.
Cost: The digital package is $100. You can also use your Creative Kids Voucher to gain access to the digital package for FREE.
More information: For further details on this awesome resource or to gain access to the Circus at Home program, visit the Roundabout Circus website.
Roundabout Circus Classes
Want to sign up for Circus classes? Kids, tweens, teens, and quite frankly anyone who is keen to give the awesome circus classes at Roundabout Circus a crack can make the most of a special deal exclusive to Playing in Puddles readers – simply mention Playing in Puddles when you sign up and you’ll get your annual registration for FREE!
Try out juggling, aerial, hoop, Acro, and more at these challenging, yet insanely fun classes that will see kids 2+ and their adults learning skills they never thought possible!
Header Image: Roundabout Circus Kids and Youth Classes | Image from Roundabout Circus.
Written By: MANDY EKMAN
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Mandy started her media career at a digital media agency in London, before relocating to Sydney in 2008. Over the past 11 years, Mandy has gained a wide range of experience across bought, owned and earned digital media channels and after moving to the Central Coast with her husband and three kids in 2017, is really excited to be part of the Playing in Puddles team.